Lack is an emptiness created in a particle collider. Professor Soft theorized that the experiment would replicate the big bang and opened a wormhole to a microscopic universe and that this wormhole would close shortly after it was created, leaving the new universe attached to reality. The wormhole however is not accompanied by any events to indicate it is a physical object and so it was named Lack. The Lack is characterized by its inexplicable preferences, as some particles and objects enter the space where lack should be and fail to appear on the other side. Alice was first to discover that Lack instead of absorbing everything, as Dr. Soft predicted, only absorbed certain items that seemed more conceptual. It took Alice's keys but not a paperclip. It's only consistent property seems to be that when the Lack refuses an object once, it would forever refuse to consume that object.
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Lack may also refer to:
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